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Home to more than 70 art galleries, retail stores, shops, bars, and restaurants, not to mention all the street art, graffiti, and hipsters your heart could ever desire. Wynwood has a rich history starting in 1913 when it was dubbed Wyndwood. The neighborhood grew to become a working class area and eventually even became know Little San Juan when Puerto Rican immigrants made it their home. After ups and downs, by the early 2000s the arts scene was starting to take root in the area and the rest is history.



History of Wynwood Miami – Miami-History.com Blog

Causes & Effects of Gentrification in Wynwood: Right to Wynwood – Meraki Media

Wynwood Arts District Documentary – Domingo and Company

South Beach, Wynwood developer Tony Goldman dies at 68 – Miami Herald Article, Sept 12, 2012

CDC issues historic travel warning over Miami Zika outbreak – By Sandee LaMotte, CNN, August 3, 2016


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